Sight Seeing


History speaks for itself in the marvellous Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajasthan. This unsurpassable fortress is second only to Chittorgarh in importance and lands a famed position for bearing the second-longest wall in the world. Located at a distance of 64km from Udaipur, the Kumbhalgarh Fort stands gracefully under the protective backdrop of the Aravali ranges.

Light And Sound Show

Every evening the stunning Kumbhalgarh fort is illuminated with flood lights and there is special show of light and sound that describes the rich history of Kumbhalgarh.



Located at a distance of 50 Kms from Kumbhalgarh, Ranakpur Jain Temples are the most important place in Kumbhalgarh region. The place houses the very famous temple named as The Chaumukha Temple which is dedicated to Tirthankara Adinath.



A popular tourist attraction, The Temple is situated close to the plains and is devoted to Lord Shiva. The temple houses a stone Shivlinga that is believed to be six feet in height.


Bagheri Ka Naka

The breath-holding view of splashing water amidst the marvelous backdrop of mountains will completely engorge you in the nature’s splendor. Your picnic mood will multiply many folds and you won’t be able to resist the desire to feel the cold, crystal clear water and get drenched in the downpour.


A popular tourist attraction, Badal Mahal is situated at the topmost point of Kumbhalgarh Fort, which is located in Rajasmand area of Rajasthan. Built by Rana Fateh Singh in the 19th century, the mahal or palace comprises two storeys and two different sections namely:Zanana Mahal, for the ladies, and Mardana Mahal, for the male members.

Sahasra Bahu Temples

At Nagda in Rajasthan are the remains of the SahastraBahu temples of the early 10th century AD, dedicated to Vishnu. It is popularly referred to as Sas Bahu temples (a local corruption of the original Sahastra-Bahu, meaning “One with thousand arms”, a form of Vishnu). The temples are now in partial ruins but one can still marvel at their original splendour,.


Kumbhalgarh in Rajasthan is a key attraction for tourists who love to dig deep into history or venture into the wild. With the rugged Aravali Range at the backdrop, the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary encompasses the colossal Fort of Kumbhalgarh as well.The sanctuary houses a good assortment of fauna and avian species. A number of endangered animals can be admired within its premises as well.



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